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My first collection Split, Twist, Apocalypse was published in 2022 by  Indigo Dreams Publishing.

Split, Twist, Apocalypse Cover

Here’s what people are saying about “Split, Twist, Apocalypse”…

“Reading her work, at least for me, is that feeling of knowing you’re in a safe space with ideas and experiences often lived until… everything just expands… and the Universe crashes your party. Everything is writ large and magnificent, and there you are, floating within it. These poems are the sense of one amongst the whole, and every one holds brilliant, incisive moments of awareness.” S Reeson, internetofwords.com

“A remarkable emotional rollercoaster” Louise Longson (author of “Songs from the Witch Bottle”, Alien Buddha Press)

“A must-have collection” Roger Waldron (author of “My C&A Years”, Dreich).

“This poetry collection crackles with invention. Nina has proved herself able to tackle subjects as diverse as quantum physics, childbirth, exploding flowers, dreams and the awkwardness of social situations – with equal aplomb. I keep coming back for more of the spiky, fizzing imagery in this book.” Gordon Vells (author of Wasp Disentanglement for Beginners, Xenon Lobster Press)

“Here, the doors of perception are teased apart, the familiar turned inside-out, like a burst of popping candy – so innocent, yet slightly unnerving.” Glenn Barker

 

Sample Poems

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How To Order

You can order from the lovely people at Indigo Dreams Publishing or you can buy signed copies from me.

Signed copies are priced as follows (including P&P)

UK – £9.50 (including free P&P)
Europe – £15*
Rest of the World – £16.50*
No postage (collect from me in person) – £9.50

To order, simply send the correct fee to me via PayPal.me using this link: www.paypal.me/ninaparmenter  and then email me with your address, as PayPal doesn’t always seem to send me this.

*if you don’t live in the UK, I appreciate that my mailing costs make this pretty expensive! You might like to try somewhere like The Book Depository instead. 

 

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